Things to Do in Onslow County NC - Christi Hill Team

Things to Do in Onslow County NC

Fun activities in Onslow County

Things to Do in Onslow County NC

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The coming days and months offer fun and interesting activities for Onslow County residents to enjoy.

Dance fitness classes

County residents are invited to try an energetic, high-intensity full-body workout called Dance2Fitness with Christa at the Jacksonville recreation center. The address is 100 Recreation Lane, Jacksonville, NC. This 60-minute workout is 60% dance and 40% fitness that can help you burn more than 500 calories.

The Facebook post says there are only three rules for these workouts:

  • Have fun
  • No judgment
  • Just keep moving

Dates and times are as follows:

Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 3 – 31, 6:15 p.m.-7:15 p.m.

Try the first class out for free. After that, one class is $5, four classes cost $18, and eight classes cost $30.

Family Fun Night

River of Life Church is hosting an opportunity for adults and children in the church family to put aside daily cares for some plain old fun at Chuck E. Cheese in Jacksonville on Monday, March 2, 3-9 p.m. Part of the proceeds from the event will fund children’s programs at River of Life. Anyone who plans to attend is invited to pick up coupons at the church information booth to use Monday evening.

Chuck E. Cheese is located at 2005 N. Marine Blvd. in Jacksonville.

New Onslow County Museum exhibit

The Onslow County Museum’s latest exhibit is called “Order in the Court.” This display tells the story of the Onslow County jails and courthouses, the development of law enforcement and the business of the courts beginning with colonial times to the present. Museum guests will be able to immerse themselves in the lives of people attending court in Onslow County centuries ago.

Chance Hellmann, collections manager at the Onslow County Museum, told WNCT9 News, “I think getting to see how much of what we have today when you go to court is very similar to what you would have done in the colonial period.”

Additionally, visitors get a chance to play the part of an investigator and solve a fake crime scene.

This exhibit will run until May 31. The museum’s address is 301 South Wilmington St., Richland.


Mon.-Wed., 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Closed Sundays

Admission (cash or check only):

Adults – $2.14

Children (Ages 3-18) – $1.07

Active duty members of the military with proper identification, including up to five family members, are admitted free.

There is also a family fun pass available for $15. For more information, click this link.

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